Policy Groups

Bristol Labour is updating its policies for the life and economy of the City of Bristol.

We want as wide a consutation as possible that involves many views within the party from as many areas of the city as possible.

The effect of the coalition cuts have hurt the most vulnerable in our city. Where should our limited resourses go? What should be fought for the most?

Groups are being set up now. Have your say and help shape the future of our Party and more importantly the lives of the people of Bristol.

Labour Urges Mayor to set a date on the Living Wage

 

 

 

 

NEWS RELEASE   

From the Labour Councillors on Bristol City Council

 

for immediate release 14th July, 2014

 

 

Labour Urges Mayor to set a date on the Living Wage

 

Vulnerable Women Hit by Cuts

New Leadership Team is Announced

 

           Councillor Helen Holland, Leader               Councillor Estella Tincknell, Deputy Leader

 

 

Lord Mayor's Candidate Withdrawal Decision

Andy Burnham Giving a talk in Bristol

Andy Burnham on Thursday 27th March, with an audience of Unison members, Labour candidates and councillors and Bristol Labour Party members among others. Andy gave a talk on the NHS and his vision for a future Labour policy and answered lots of our questions.

Progress Made on Bedroom Tax Discussion

Bristol Labour Party Meeting with Arnie Graf

19th Feb 2014

Last autumn we were lucky enough to have a session with Arnie Graf, the highly regarded American community organiser who is working with Ed Miliband and the Labour Party around the country, to get more members and supporters involved in defining our local priorities and getting the Labour message out across our communities.

This was followed up with a second session at the Southville Centre where more members worked on Labour's messages for Bristol for the local and General Elections.

The monthly Bristol Labour Party meeting this Wednesday, 19th February, at 7.30pm in the Council House/City Hall, will be a chance for you to find out about the work that has been done following on from those meetings to shape our Bristol Labour message for this May's local elections. 

Whether you attended the Arnie Graf meetings or not, it would be great to have your input on Wednesday, and for you to meet with the excellent team of candidates - and sitting councillors - already taking the message out on the streets and to our communities. 

If you have any queries about the meeting, please contact Nicola Bowden-Jones, Bristol Labour Party Secretary, at callingred07@yahoo.co.uk

 

Mayor's Living Wage Plan Flawed - says Labour

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